Published Apr 2. 2019 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 2. 2019

Xcalak's Salty Buffet

Buffet Series Episode 2 - Xcalak is a small secluded fishing village located near the Mexico/Belize border. Surrounded by flats that are full of bonefish, permit, snook, jacks, barracuda, and many other species, Xcalak is the perfect place for a saltwater fly fishing destination trip.

We made the most of our time while there, from sun up to sun down we were on the water looking for anything that would eat a fly. Assisted by our great friend Alex Beck and a local guide Alejandro and his son Thomas, we not only found many willing fish, but also some world-class size bonefish that are rumored not to exist on Mexico's flats. Our minds were truly blown with this experience and we are very excited to share it with you!

Coming up, Episode 3 is set to launch Tuesday April 16, 2019 - OP Buffet. Get ready for some giant steelhead from one of the world's most pristine rainforests, the Olympic Peninsula!

Whether your preference is chasing trout in a cold mountain stream, bonefish on a secluded flat, steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula, or large mouth bass in your favorite warm water pond, the Buffet Series has something for you!

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